My work is an offering to my creator. Ganesh is known as Lord Vinayak meaning Lord of Wisdom. I pray to him that may he grant me … Continue Reading Ganesh
Krishna has forever captivated my imagination. He guides me and catches me when I slip or fall. I’ve always felt the covenant … Continue Reading Krishna
At age six, on a rooftop in India, I can recall my cousin teaching me how to color in the same direction … Continue Reading Paintings
Bowls represent a coming together because two hands form a bowl. I suggest this evokes kindness and empathy. To me, the noun … Continue Reading Functional Ware
I found the cost of framing my paintings to be unfeasible and came up with the novel concept of Clay … Continue Reading Clay Canvases
I took a Sculpture class at a local university when my kids were in middle school, and it was my first time … Continue Reading Clay Sculptures
Each Diwali, my mother would buy several diyas – unglazed earthenware oil lamps – to decorate our home with. These simple … Continue Reading Mix Media Lamps
Infinite combinations of different materials and mediums will result in endless ideas.
The Language of Flowers “Observing nature with utmost gratitude is a form of a prayer,” my grandfather would quote, Rabindranath Tagore’s words … Continue Reading Floriography
Every culture throughout history in varying capacities has masks. I was invited to teach mask making to the children at the … Continue Reading Clay Masks
Rangoli is a design made with loose colored powder. Traditionally, every early morning women will sweep their homes and front porches … Continue Reading Rangoli
From the spark of an idea to the final execution and presentation of a piece, there is a lot of work that happens in my studio.